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on the march on washington. the organizers of this event. here is jesse jackson. >> two things. not one dream. the dream unfolded. but the day he gave the speech, on the racial anarchy, not a black elected official in the south. from texas up to maryland, we can use the public toilet. my high school class couldn't take picture on the capitol lawn of south carolina. we were away then from the american promise. >> reporter: it might have been given those circumstances, it might have been understandable if martin luther king preached retribution. but he did not do that. some members of the civil rights movement then criticized him for it. malcolm x refused to come to the march on washington. he called it the farce on washington. king, as we all know now was all about nonviolence. listen up. >> one of the things that my father was really trying to say not just 50 years ago but 50 years ago, 49, 48, 47, all the way, 45 when he was as isnated, he was really speaking to us about our humanity. and understanding our interconnectedness and interrelatedness. that is why he talked about sitting down at t
. in this case, jesse jackson finally sent out a tweet and said praying for the family of chris lane. senseless violence is frowned upon. and the justice system must prevail. now, apparently, that was not perceived as strong enough. he sent out something stronger later on. >> i'm not really sure why he -- you know, expect jesse jackson to comment on every single heinous crime that happens in the country. do people not understand this? i don't -- the trayvon martin situation was because there was an unarmed black teenager who was killed and nobody was arrested. that's why it became a story. as judy said, nobody was covering it. social media blew up around it. and that's how it became a story. occasionally we have things that get bigger than they should be. maybe it did get bigger than it should be. this is a tragedy what happened to chris lane. but i don't know dar why you expect jesse jackson or the president to talk about it. my final point is, i seem to remember some people saying we should not have been covering trayvon martin. if we shouldn't have been covering trayvon martin, why should we
in the community that will take that. you can't have people, as i said, like jesse jackson going out and saying things like he says. and not take some responsibility. he will not be responsible. that is the problem. >> eric, i think to that end, crime isn't so much of a real threat to the economy, it's a by product of the economy. we look at the horrific crimes, this in particular and say this is irrationm. it's disgusting. it is. it happens in the less strong economies where the people, young people don't see a future where they can succeed, produce, and achieve their goals. >> i'm not sure, i'm not sure. i agree with you on so many things, mostly constitutional things. i'm not sure crime is result of bad economy. rudy giuliani cleaned up times square and the crime went down. economy was better and crime went down. which -- is it the dog chasing the tail? >> it goes hand in hand. if you have a bad economy people aren't employed and therefore they are busy doing other things than working. if you have a good -- i think you have to bolster areas so people can come in and work. if you don't clean
, the reverend al sharpton of the world, the jess key jackson take victory laps when it's going well in the economy. >> shouldn't they weigh in on this crime? >> they should. yes. to me they should say this is not the way to go. what i say, what you say, forget. they should understand that if they want credibility on larger issues with mainstream america, they have got to speak out about this. speak to kids in real terms here is how to be a success in the country. >> juan, look at the dis disdisincentive we put on these kids to get hired. get them working. we make it hard to give them -- >> eric: guess what? we could go on but we have more later in the show. stick around. when you think snooping couldn't get worse, we are hearing a three and four chance the nsa may be watching you on the internet. wait a minute. i thought they said this wasn't happening? (ding, ding) how long have i had my car insurance? i don't know, eight, ten years. i couldn't tell you but things were a lot less expensive back then. if you're 50 or over you should take a new look at your auto insurance. you may be
on washington. >> jesse jackson and bill cosbyn tw ao icons in the african-american community and icons for all of us, frankly spoke with karen gray houstonn with more on the march. >> both are outspoken in theirn own special way. both had thoughts on why 50 years later, the march on washington and martin luther king's dream is still important. >> hundreds showed up to say t happy birthday to ben and snap a picture of the venerable bill cosby and chant the traditionalo chant with jesse jackson. >> i am somebody!wi >> somebody. >> i am somebody! >> it was also obvious this week's march anniversary is a headliner, too.r, >> we tracked jesse jackson down in the crowd and shouted interviews while on top of a live truck.live jackson is a professional marcher and started grabbing headlines when he began working with martin luther king. he likes to say this 50th anniversary is not a celebration but a continuation of work on an unfulfilled dream. >> the dream is for public domination and right to vote. and the dream was war on poverty and the dream keeps expanding. >> and what happens now is a shift in
all over the trayvon martin shooting. but now jesse jackson says praying for the family of chris lane. the consistenciless violence is frowned upon. >> do we now expect jesse jackson to respond to every single hate crime that happens in the country? do people not understand this? the trayvon martin incident was covered because there was nobody being arrested for it. occasionally we do have things that get kind of bigger than it should be, and maybe it did get bigger than it should be. but this is a tragedy what happened to chris lane, but i don't know why you expect swrje jackson or the president to talk about it, as some people have said. and my final point is some people were saying that we should not have been covering trayvon martin. and if we should not have been covering trayvon martin, why should we be covering this? >> we're getting ready for the coverage of the 50th anniversary of the "i have a dream" speedometer. >> i was there for nbc news and it was a turning point not only in my life but in many other lives. it was one of the greatest oration if not the greatest oration o
, because we're not focusing on jobs, we're not focusing on unemployment like we need to. rev. jesse jackson, gave him props for weighing in on the shooting in oklahoma, but what he said i believe yesterday is of the most racist things i've ever heard in my life. he said the tea party is the resurrection f the confederacy. he believes republicans oppose obama strictly because the president is black. i don't know anything more racist going around now. tea party, taxed enough already. >> you talk about sharpton or jesse jackson? name five civil rights leaders in the country. name five. >> eric holder, al sharpton. >> what about jesse jackson, al sharpton. you keep talking about -- >> jesse jackson is wrong. tea party can't be the new confederacy, the confederacy are democrats. >> by the way it is probably fair to say on civil rights, a lot of republicans were there, higher% that voted were democrats not republicans. >> i watched some of the coverage of the martin luther king memorials over the weekend. they had a panel of women, they do this to women all the time, kimberly, you'll love this. b
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together. identify talked to jesse jackson today and he said this is the moment where president obama needs to do what lbj did and set out a legislative mandate for the dream and that voting rights is a constitutional amendment. that's the focus. that and on economic injustice and equality. >> i think it also puts a spotlight on the relationship between presidents like kennedy or president obama and a leader like martin luther king. let's go back to reality. in the sprachk 1963 president kennedy did not want this march to happen. he thought it would get out of control. he thought it might have speakers like john lewis who would go in directions more radical. he kept his detains. they made arrangements so if someone got too radical in one of the speeches they would play a recording of mahalia jackson sayinging "he inin inin ining - the whole world in his hands." at the end of the day he said i wish the lives. presidents can only do so much. oftentimes it takes a demonstration like this or perhaps demonstrations like the agreement riders of birmingham to push a president to do the things he s
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to see some reaction. the reverend jesse jackson, sr., sending a release. the recent incidents of violence in america calls each of us to collectively resist all forms of violence in our society. in particular, black on black violence that disproportionately affects every facet of black life in america. we must learn to live together in peace or we will most surely die apart in our own neglect. on the other hand, reaction on twitter. allen west tweeted, who will the president of the united states identify with this time? so we're starting to see more reaction on both sides of the aisle. ainsley, steve, brian, back to you. >> about time. thank you very much. >>> let's talk about the nsa. another revelation came out yesterday afternoon and it turns out that they have -- they have released additional information over the past -- since 2008 on things that have gone wrong in the nsa collection. for example, there was a redacted page which is unredacted and classified yesterday that revealed that we have collected 56,000 wholly domestic communications each year. so this is done, noth
in that community that's going to take that. you can't have people, as i said, like jesse jackson going out and saying things like he says and not take some responsibility. he will not be responsible. that's the problem. >> eric, i mean, to that end, a crime isn't so much a real threat to the economy. i think it's a by-product of the economy. we look at these horrific crimes, this one in particular and say this is completely irrational and it's disgusting and it is. i think it happens in less strong economies where people, especially young people don't see a future where they can actually succeed, produce and achieve their goals. >> jonathan, i'm not sure. i agree with you on so many things, usually constitution, but i'm not sure crime is a by-product of a bad economy. katie pointed out, rudy giuliani came in here and cleaned up times square and the crime went down. katie, which is it? the dog chasing its tail. which one is the dog and which one is the tail? >> when you have a bad economy, people, obviously, aren't employed and therefore doing other things than working. i think you have to
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they have created for them. so my, why isn't jesse jackson senior, chair emeritus of the jesse jackson, sr. institute for electoral politics? why was, this is not just about ego, y'all. it is about economics and there are too many of our elders that have done real work that don't have anywhere to go. and so they still nil these spots -- fill these spots, not often times because they're trying to block because they got to eat. we're not taking care of them. if we don't build institutions to be able to create space for their genius, to be able to have dignity, there should never be a space where people who have given their lives have to wonder how am i going to pay my light bill, when some of us got our light bill paid because they created opportunity for us to have a job that otherwise we would not have had. [applause] can we please build institutions so that those elders have a place to slide into and young people who they have been training, now they don't have to be afraid of them because my job as a leader, is to prepare who comes next. i'm sorry to take so long. i won't say anything el
are taking notice. the reverend jesse jackson recently said "the tea party is the resurrection of the confederate sit." it's the ft. sumpter party. at the beginning of this broadcast, i said that we can't legislate how people feel. but we can influence how americans feel if we teach the moral fiber of the country. and what inclusiveness means. i hope americans were touched today, i hope the hearts of americans were touched today. we have a responsibility to pass the torch on of equality. and i think we made some big steps forward today. get your cell phones out. i want to know what you think, tonight's question, are conservatives the new confederates? text a for yes b for no. go to our blog. we'll bring you the results later on in the show. for more let's turn to reverend jesse jackson and congressman emmanuel clear of of missouri. great to have you with us tonight. reverend jackson, you said the tea party is the resurrection of the confederacy. what motivated to you say that, reverend? >> well, the fear mongering, the anti-civil rights, anti-voting rights, anti-women's rights,
max ooeine waters a jesse jackson will remember the march on washington. and the u.s. postal service releases a new stamp today. we'll have to wait and see the stamp image chosen to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the historic civil rights march. >>> happy birthday to kobe bryant. he's 35. singer rick springfield turns 64. can't believe that. and barbara eden of "i dream of genie" is 82. here's what's coming up on the "today" show. a today exclusive as matt lauer talks with nancy kerrigan about the infamous attack that changed her life. and a hugely popular band one direction performs live on the plaza. don't miss it. keep it right here for more news, weather and sports. i'm paige hopkins. thanks for watching "early today." have a good one. . >> scary. >>> another day of people being forced from their homes in yosemite as the rim fire continues to spread out of control. we have the latest on the conditions now. >>> three attacks in one month. we'll have the latest on a sexual assault that has police questioning if there is a connection. >>> remembering the dream. as we approach t
to the man who made him possible and a lot of people have forgotten reverend jesse jackson, don't understand how he held us together after the death of martin luther king jr. and reverend sharpton restored him to his just recognition. it was a magnificent gesture. >> i want to also point out that part of the magnificent jesse jackson was the rainbow coalition. maria, we heard repeatedly today that this is the big coalition and the questions of not only african-american voting rights which we see reflected but a coalition of people of color of women, of poor people, of workers, of young people. reflect on that. >> the fact that al sharpson came together today and brought so many people together is where we're going. this is a new generation of america. reverend al sharpton was the very first person to touch on arizona soil the moment they passed that immigration law. he recognizes there's no freedom for anyone if we're enjoying 11 million people who are living as indentured servants to provide them with citizenship and provide them with a vote. that's what we're talking about when it comes to
of the vote was a powerful tool as well. >> thank you for that. i see jesse jackson is waiting in the wings. he's raring to go. i can only imagine what he's going to have to say about this. >> let me just salute reverend jesse jackson as well as one of tho those. >> wolf, gloria and you guys there in washington, thank you so much. we're going to get to a quick break. we'll come back here to washington on the other side of the break. my colleague brooke baldwin in atlanta will help me with the coverage. we'll be right back here on cnn. >>> hi there. i'm brooke baldwin. got some breaking news out of texas. a military jury has unanimously recommended the death penalty for ft. hood shooter major nidal hasan. he was convicted of killing those 13 people and wounding some 32 others in a massacre at the texas army base back in 2009. ed lavandera has been down there for the trial. ed, i know just reading about the closing arguments today, incredibly emotional inside that courtroom. >> reporter: brooke, it was incredibly powerful the way prosecutors wrapped up the testimony and the work here in this
. >> the younger biden underwent a successful procedure but it is not clear what treat was for. >> reverend jesse jackson isd criticizedje for a tweet he wroe in reference to the oklahoma murder case. he tweeted: praying for family of chris lane. the senseless violence is frowned upon and justice system must prevail. >>> three teens are charged with first-degree murder of lane. the 22-year-old was shot in the back jogging at 3:00 in the afternoon in a nice neighborhood. one of the suspects told policei they shot lane simply because they were bored. >> some people say jackson's tweet was insincere especially s after his strong reaction to the killing of trayvon martin in this oklahoma case the victim is white. one suspect is white who confessed and faces lesser charges. >> the other two are black facing first-degree murderee charges. >>> we'll be right back. >>> welcome.>> a back-to-school surprise for dozens of local children in need. >>> the fairfax county sheriff's office treated 30 homeless children to a shopping spree for clothing and school supplies. each child was teamed up with a sheriff'
-american. in the crowd jesse jackson and mayoron berry.ry. >> let freedom ring from mississippi from every mountainside. >> while images resonate fromm that day in august when dr. king gave his iconic smeech organizers and participants wila hoping it will be a catalyst for more advances on the job front, immigration reform, more advances with voting rights. >> we can't improve our voting laws. >> we have to get the changes on capitol hill. it's time for that to end, ladies and gentlemen.en. i ask you to join with me in that fight! [cheers and applause]laus >> realizing how far we've come as a nation from the segregated buses, lunch counters and schools from the 50s and 60s you have only to talk about -- >> it was a lot of racism. blacks weren't allowed with the whites. they barely could do anything.tn >> it's important to me because martin luther king was like a mentor to me like coming up in school and i like -- like him ii have a dream that some day we all can come together evenve though we're not all the way there but on our way. >> that was fox 5 karen grayra houston reporting. this week's events i
-american. in the crow crowd, jesse jackson and mare onbarry. >> let freedom ring from every hill of mississippi. >>reporter: while images still resonate in the date in august when he gave his speech. anniversary organizers and participants hope it will be a catalyst for advances on the job front and more advances catalyst for advances on the job front and more advances with voting rights -- -- >>>reporter: realized how far we have come as a nation from segregated buses, lunch counters from the 50s and 60s, you have only to talk to people who were not alive or only toddlers when king marched in washington. >> alot of racism, blacks weren't allowed with the whites and they barely could do anything. >> it's important to me because dr. martin luther king was like a mentor to me, coming up in school and i like him, i have a dream that some day we all could come together -fplgt/ we are not all the way there, but we are on our way. >>reporter: this week's events include a march on saturday that retraces the 196 3 march for jobs and freedom. there will be a march on the day of the actual anniversary
: and jesse jackson senior tweeted the senseless violence is, quote, frowned upon, and the justice system must prevail. former congressman allen west tweeted who will the president identify with this time? bret? >> okay, carl. more on this with the panel. what's your take on this story? let me know on twitter. follow me @bretbaier. >>> you believe the men and women that will rule on the most important high tech issues in the 20th century don't use e-mail. >>> and why welfare as we know it now encourages people not to >>> now fresh pickings from the political grapevine, to work or not to work. for many receiving welfare benefits, that is the question, because it turns out many times staying unemployed pays more than getting a job. a new study by kato institute finds in 35 states it is more cost efficient to live off the taxpayers than accept an entry level job. in 12 states and district of columbia, a welfare recipient can get more than $15 an hour from a variety of programs. in hawaii, an unemployed person's welfare income is equivalent to more than $60,000 a year pretax. michael tanner says i
. what do you say? >> i think the president and jesse jackson and al sharpton and some others jumped at the chance to weigh in when a horror would further their political goals. and that's a horrible thing. it's a horrible reality but the fact that today jesse jackson finally said that this kind of violence should be frowned upon. that was his outrage. but, bill, when it served the president's agenda to sort of stir up racial animosity, he compares trayvon martin to what his son would look like. well, we actually. >> bill: are you saying that you believe president obama wanted to stir up racial animosity? is that what you are saying? >> i think he absolutely wanted to stir up suspicion on racial boundaries. >> bill: i disagree. i think that sharpton and others wanted to stir up racial animosity. >> the president jumped right in there, bill. >> bill: i think the president jumped right in there because he saw an opportunity to speak to his constituency that supported him to the tune of 94%. i think it was a political move. >> if so then he would be jumping in right now to say we have a
. jesse jackson said this: >> >> some democrats have pointed to the nation's gun laws. those on the right say this is a much bigger issue. >> let's be honest that you want to deflect from talking about the real issue here. it's on the table. there is a huge social media footprint already of these three suspects it is not gun control but gang control. behavioral control. >> all of this as lane's family begins that grieving process. well wishers have reportedly raised more than 80,000 dollars to help his family fly from oklahoma to australia and then cover the funeral expenses. more on this as we get it. grand new details emerging about the georgia school shooting. 911 recordings giving a glimpse outsi inside of standoff. >> he doesn't want the kids. he wants the police. back off and -- what else, sir? he don't care if he dies he has nothing to live for. he said he is not mentally stable. >> no one was hurt but police say it could be a lot worse. the suspect 20-year-old michael brandon hill was carrying an ak-47 with 500 rounds of ammunition. he is charged with possession of a firearm by a
to the national mall. jesse jackson was part of dr. king's inner circle. he was in the crowd that day. he was one of dr. king's advisors. he was just 21 years old at the time and was a student leader. he's become one of the country's foremost political figures. good to see you as always. >> good to see you. >> i want to talk about that moment that day back in 1963. what was it that stood out in your mind when you were among a sea of people. did you realize what you were on the precipice. >> so much black and white interaction that was prohibited across much of the south. from texas across to farther up to maryland, we couldn't use a single public toilet. we could not public facilities by law. racial apartheid was enforced by law. dr. king took us to another level. it was fair to say it was in a certain climate, the speech, and a season of turmoil. this was a high mountain moment of hope. >> i want to play a bit. this is king's son. this was over the past weekend. he's talking about his father's vision and his dream. let's listen for a moment. >> we got to keep walking. we going to keep on talking
. martin luther king delivered that inspiring message. today, the reverend jesse jackson junior joins us with his sense on however america has come and the work that has been left. ç] >> i have a dream. that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. i have a dream today. let freedom ring. >> who can forget those words, those words changed a nation 50 years ago today and the message is one that lives on. take a look back now at that message and what really was the mission behind it. in 1963, dr. martin luther king, jr. was arrested and put in jail in birmingham, alabama, the charge, protesting without a permit. there he writes the famous letter from the birmingham jail that was the moral duty to break unjust laws that images of brutality of broadcast around the world, gaining sympathy thought civil rights movement. naacp field operator medgar evers is murdered outside his home. dr. king gives the speech, that famous i have a dream speech. on july 2, 1964, president johnson signs th
between black and white has not markedly changed since 1963. >> reporter: and the rev. jesse jackson, a contemporary of dr. king says if king were alive he would be pressuring the white house. >> he would feel proud of barack obama. it would be a big deal but there would be attention between the agenda of political order. >> reporter: for outfront, cnn washington. >> outfront to talk about it martin luther king's niece and conservative blogger. thanks to both of you for being with us. crystal, i would like to ask you black unemployment rate is double the white unemployment rate. the president mentioned that in his speech today. i'm wondering if you think the president has done enough to help? >> no. i don't. and i think it's interesting whenever the president talks about unemployment and the need for jobs he talks about it as if he is a voyeur to his own administration, he is divorced from what is happening. frankly, he is not creating policies to uplift all americans but particularly black americans who gave him over 90% of the vote each time and he has abandoned agenda for him. i a
barber and julian bond, thank you so much for joining us. coming up next, the reverend jesse jackson is going to join us live. we will be right back with more of our special coverage, the 50th anniversary march on washington, live from the national mall in washington, d.c. when you realize you need to switch to verizon, it's a reality check. i had my reality check when i'd be sitting there with my friends who had their verizon phones and i'd be sitting there like "mine's still loading!" i couldn't get email. i couldn't stream movies. i couldn't upload any of our music. that's when i decided to switch. now that i'm on verizon, everything moves fast. with verizon, i have that reliability. i'm completely happy with verizon. verizon's 4g lte is the most reliable and in more places than any other 4g network. period. that's powerful. verizon. get the nokia lumia 928 for free. good and close. discover the new way to help keep teeth clean and breath fresh. new beneful healthy smile food and snacks. he'll love the crunch of the healthy smile kibbles. you'll love how they help clean. with soft
and colleague along with jesse jackson and they are praying at the end of the march just like they did 50 years ago. let's listen in. >> we know the hope that is alive in america and grant now to us the determination and dedication to not rest until freedom has been conquered. we thank you for this day and for the leadership that it has provided and the way all of those who sacrificed and the time and for the wonderful sense of achievement and bless our leader al sharpton and all of those before him and all of tho he is that shall come after him. may we link together to make a wonderful tapestry of freedom and hope. in our name we pray and ask and everybody said amen. >> amen. >> all right, brother. >> amen. >> mark, mark. >> again, the official march starting to wrap up and that's down near the washington monument and reverend al sharpton, reverend jesse jackson, and a number of bona fide civil rights leaders in this country and reverend sharpton, as he indicated today from the podium as he said earlier this week in an interview wanted to make sure today was not seen as a celebration, trymaine
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